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Strater TM

Version 3
 

A Powerful and Innovative Well Log and Borehole Plotting Program for Geoscientists

 
Complete Strater package includes:

  • Strater CD
  • Strater Getting Started Guide Technical Support!

Overview

Welcome to Strater, a powerful well logging and borehole plotting software package. Strater creates 14 different log types: depth, line/symbol, crossplot, zone bar, bar, percentage, tadpole, post, classed post, complex text, graphic, lithology, well construction, and function logs. Each of the logs can be modified to suit your needs.
Strater 3 adds the ability to create maps to display well locations, base maps, and well selector lines. Strater 3 also adds cross sections that interpolate between wells.
Strater exports to a variety of formats, including a direct export to Golden Software’s Voxler program to create Strater cross sections as fence diagrams in 3D space. Data can be imported from many sources, including ASCII text files, LAS files, and most databases. Strater’s internal data structure can contain multiple tables. Multiple boreholes can be stored in the data tables at one time.
Strater can have multiple boreholes displayed in a single borehole view. You can specify a different well ID for each log in a borehole view with a few mouse clicks. You can also create multiple borehole views, map views, and cross section views in a single
project.
Once you design a borehole view, map view, or cross section view, you can use the design repeatedly with other data. There are several features in Strater designed to save time with borehole graphic processing. After creating an initial design, you can
take advantage of templates and schemes, which can be used in different projects with different data or in the same project multiple ways. Templates store the design elements of a project, including log items, header and footer items, data tables, and schemes.
Schemes contain detailed information of how the data relate to drawing properties. For example, a lithology log uses lithology schemes, which contain keywords, such as granite, clay, etc. Each keyword is assigned a fill pattern, contact line properties, line
properties, and text properties. Schemes can be reused; therefore, you do not have to go through the process of assigning properties each time you create a log.

Strater easily creates a multitude of log types to visualize your depth data.


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